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as·signed risk

(ə-sīnd′)
n.
A poor risk that an insurance company is compelled to cover under state laws.
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Tugade said the Clark Airport contract is deemed as the best template for the government as it assigned risks to the private sector.
Forcing insurance to assigned risks pools in ever-growing proportions really means that companies must ultimately assume risks and heavy losses by compulsion which they would not accept voluntarily.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) said that, as at October, 7,418 firms had applied to enter the Assigned Risks Pool (ARP) which provides cover for highrisk firms.